Solvency II delay: what does it mean for firms?

In this article, Geoffrey Maddock and Adam Levitt, both partners, and Alison Matthews, professional support consultant, of Herbert Smith LLP's corporate group consider what the delay to transposition and implementation of the Solvency II Directive (2009/138/EC) means for firms.

For more information on Solvency II and its UK implementation, see Practice notes, An introduction to Solvency II and Hot topics: UK implementation of Solvency II.

Geoffrey Maddock, Adam Levitt and Alison Matthews, Herbert Smith LLP


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